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Playing tag in the dark : diagnosing slowness in library response time (December 2008)

Author: Brown-Sica, Margaret S.
Subject: library science, information networks, academic libraries, information storage and retrieval; auraria library; proxy; bandwidth; network traffic; response time
Publisher: American Library Association
Year: 2008
Language: English
Collection: auraria; additional_collections


in this article the author explores how the systems department at the Auraria Library (which serves more than thirty thousand primarily commuting students at the University of Colorado-Denver, the Metropolitan State College of Denver, and the Community College of Denver) diagnosed and analyzed slow response time when querying proprietary databases. Issues examined include vendor issues, proxy issues, library network hardware, and bandwidth and network traffic. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

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Source: Information Technology and Libraries 27 no4 29-32 D 2008